BE THE ONE!
Donate to Support “A Better Life Today” for
Those Living with Parkinson’s Disease
On Tuesday, May 1 & Wednesday, May 2 from noon to noon the PARKINSON RESEARCH FOUNDATION is participating in The 2018 Giving Challenge. A gift in any amount will make a huge impact on the quality of life for those living with Parkinson’s disease, a chronic, degenerative neurological disease with no know cure to date.
The Patterson Foundation has graciously offered tomatch all uniquedonor contributions up to $100.00. To maximize the amount of your personal donation during this period please visit www.givingpartnerchallenge.org.
Your concern and financial support will allow the PARKINSON RESEARCH FOUNDATION to provide help, hope and ongoing free programs for those who have lost so much to Parkinson’s disease. Loss of independence and the ability to do lifelong tasks is common with many losing the basic ability to walk, talk, swallow and smile.
Your donation will also help support PARKINSON PLACE, in Sarasota, FL, that provides the finest resources for patients, caregivers and families with everything offered free for over 1400 members.
Get Ready, Get Set and GO to www.GivingPartnerChallenge.org
On May 1 at Noon – May 2 at Noon
Beginning May 1, 2018, we will send ongoing e-blasts to our friends, colleagues, community partners and ongoing supporters. During this time period, please continue to watch our Facebook and Twitter pages for more opportunities to donate to the PARKINSON RESEARCH FOUNDATION.
The 2016 Giving Challenge is made possible by The Community Foundation of Sarasota County and The Patterson Foundation with support from the William G. and Marie Selby Foundation, JohnS. and James L. Knight Foundation, Manatee Community Foundation and the Herald-Tribune Media Group.
Many prizes will be awarded in categories such as “The Most Donors”, “The Fast 50 – First 50 non-profits that receive 50 donors to give more than $50.00” and “The Best Overall Campaign”.
The community’s secure and tax deductible donations guarantee a better life for those living with Parkinson’s disease. Your donation will be maximized during this time period by visiting www.givingpartnerchallenge.org.